[CentOS-mirror] New Mirror: mirror.ancl.hawaii.edu

Warren Togami Jr. wtogami at gmail.com
Wed Aug 10 16:34:18 EDT 2011

On 8/10/2011 3:48 AM, Matt Domsch wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 10, 2011 at 06:42:52AM -0500, Adrian Reber wrote:
>> On Fri, Aug 05, 2011 at 07:43:55AM -0500, Matt Domsch wrote:
>>> On Fri, Aug 05, 2011 at 02:54:44AM -0500, Ralph Angenendt wrote:
>>>> Am 02.08.11 20:36, schrieb Ralph Angenendt:
>>>>> If some guys here want to begin drafting, I am all for it.
>>>> Which obviously also means that we need a way to get the current mirror
>>>> database into a format which one of those solutions can use. But as it
>>>> is a rather simple format, I don't see any real issues there.
>>> Adrian Reber has a start with ~15 mirrors, probably hand-populated.  A
>>> script to convert from your format into MM is a couple hours worth of
>>> work I expect, nothing significant.
>> Yes, it is hand-populated. Is there already a CentOS machine where MM
>> can be installed?
>> Matt, do you plan to update the epel-6 MM package to the 1.4 branch or
>> would you recommend installing the current 1.3.x package?
> Last night I merged pingou's work to port to TG2 into MM mainline (on
> top of what is currently 1.3.7).  I'm hoping to find time this week to
> go through the ~100 patches that are on the 1.4 branch, and port those
> conceptual changes to mainline on TG2.  Then the testing begins in
> earnest - it's a good bit of code change.  Then we talk about
> packaging for EPEL etc.
> For expediency here, CentOS should start with MM 1.3.x as-is; tell me
> what works well for you, what other features you uncover you need to
> really consider MM, and we'll go from there.
> Thanks,
> Matt

Although, MM 1.3.x can't do much more useful than CentOS' current mirror 
system.  I personally would wait for 1.4 if deploying it twice is a burden.


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